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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rowde

    Parishes Rowde ROWDE The parish of Rowde lies to the south of Bromham on the Gault and Greensand strip beneath the western escarpment of Roundway Down . 1 The height of the land varies between 200 and 300 ft.

    Parishes Bishop's Cannings

    Parishes Bishop's Cannings BISHOP'S CANNINGS For most of its history Bishop's Cannings was a large parish which included the detached tithing of Chittoe and the chapelry of St. James , sometimes called Southbroom. Bishop's Cannings proper contained the tithings

    Parliamentary history 1629-1660

    Parliamentary history 1629-1660 1629-1660 II The government's vengeance upon its Wiltshire parliamentary opponents after the dissolution of March 1629 can have done nothing to appease a local situation which was already explosive. Resistance to royal orders and demands gave


    Sport SPORT Wiltshire has a number of natural physical features which have played an important part in determining the forms of sport pursued within it. The large expanse of downland, more than half the total area, is particularly suited

    Parishes Potterne

    Parishes Potterne Potterne The ancient parish of Potterne consisted of the tithings of Potterne , Worton , and Marston . Two churchwardens were appointed for Potterne tithing and one chapelwarden each for those of Worton and Marston . 1

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, W, 01 January 1642-31 December 1643

    Index W Waes , pays de, Vais [Belgium ] : Cantelmi on defensive in, 281. Wake , Baldwin, captain of the Expedition : Warwick dismisses, 103. Wakefield , Wechfild, co. Yorks : Goring defeated at, 283. Walderode , John

    Venice, July 1643, 01 July 1643-31 July 1643

    Venice July 1643 July 1643 July 2. Senato, Secreta. Deliberazioni, Corti. Venetian Archives. 285. To the Secretary in England. Acknowledges receipt of his letters of the 14th ult. full of advices of the encroachments of the Lower House upon


    Preface PREFACE. The Domestic State Papers calendared in the present volume continue the history of the reign of Charles I. during the last half of 1641 and the two following years to the close of 1643, and conclude with Subscribers-only content


    Preface Preface The present volume of this series covers the period from August 1643 to June 1647, or four years less one month. It embraces the most critical events of the civil war from the time when the queen

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. It 8 *ew _ "-JJ-IJ-1nXI.TELLIGENCE. ewehas--een rec.eivedote nf li. a QOelc of the troops which cnharlsocd in the Persia, and at Ha ,fa of those hihebas-kedlin the Australasiall The Au ti -d-sissu took out Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TIHE STORM . SPECIATL TIirGRA(l.l LoNDox, FIuMAY NIrGT.-It is feared that the thaw, whenever it happens, will reveal a sad number of fatal accidents. Our Marlboro' cor- respondent telegraphs that on Tuesday a renmar;k- ably powerful mail named Farr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RELICS OF SEDGEMOOR. For a peace-loving people we are apt, there can be little doubt, to find a singular fascina- tion in martial sights and in tbe instruments of war. Some of the attraction springs, of course, from our Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. AMERICA. . . _-,i. c preparations for the expedition up Nbw )ohk, Ja>. 1. " f_ti e char acter. The number ol the M.ssis.pp. were f » f °T 0 f m ortar-boats or bomb-ketches KSS SjrS-SSI. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHOLERA PRECAUTIONS. An important letter has been sent by the Duke of Cambridge to all the several commanding districts, pointing out the precautions that are to be adopted in the event of an outbreak of cholera. Particular care is Subscribers-only content

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